Caring Through Creativity
Caring through Creativity
Since setting up in 2002 I have endeavoured, in the best way I can, to care for my community through donations of my artwork including paintings, artworks and murals to hospitals, educational organisations and charitable organisations. In 2018 I was proud to launch ‘Caring Through Creativity’ this allows individuals and organisations to apply for a donation of artwork and mural art.
Past donations include:
Radiotherapy, Arden Cancer Centre
Radiotherapy, Derby Royal Hospital
MRI Unit and CTU, Derby Royal Hospital
Hereford County Hospital
Royal College of Art
Duffield Meadows School
Portway Junior School
Ellie's Room, Neonatal, UHCW
Jack's Room, UHCW
GAU at Derby Royal Hospital
Memorial Work and Organ Donation
Art auctions for charitable causes
How to Apply
If you would like to be considered for a donation please make your application of interest in the first instance in writing and send via email with ‘Caring Through Creativity’ in the title.
I will aim to reply to all expressions of interest. You will be contacted and required to give further details should your application be shortlisted. I can only consider UK based projects at this time.
I am unable to donate paintings for for school raffles.
Closing Date for projects for 2021: August 12th 2020
Caring through Creativity 2020
In 2020 I will be working with both:
Duffield Meadows Primary School. Foyer mural donation.
I will be donating murals and artwork.
Inspiring Young People to Work Towards A Positive Future
The Inspire and Achieve Foundation (IAF) helps disadvantaged young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) overcome barriers, find their motivation and progress into employment or education. Youth workers use a combination of outreach and mentoring to affect positive change in young people’s lives.
‘We aim to eradicate youth unemployment in deprived local communities and support the rehabilitation and progression of young people who have had a tough start in life. Many of the young people they support have barriers such as addiction, homelessness, poor mental health, teenage pregnancy, abuse, have grown up in care, have learning difficulties, criminal records and/or have been bullied.’